Splash Car Wash makes two acquisitions - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Splash Car Wash makes two acquisitions

GREENWICH, Conn. — One store in New York, the other in Connecticut.

GREENWICH, Conn. — Splash Car Wash has announced the acquisition of two carwash locations, according to a press release. 

The first, located in White Plains, New York, was formerly known as Gold’s Car Wash & Detail, and it will be Splash’s 19th U.S. location and fourth in New York, the release continued. 

Splash currently operates another carwash in White Plains, the release added.

The second acquisition is a location in Cromwell, Connecticut, which was previously managed by Splash and operated under the company’s banner, the release noted. 

Currently an express exterior, Splash plans to renovate the site with a new system, adding several new, free vacuum stations and adding a flex-serve option for people desiring full-service vacuuming, the release stated.

“We’re excited about adding these locations,” stated Mark Curtis, CEO of Splash. “Our new White Plains store will allow us to better serve our customers on both sides of town. We’re also very excited about bringing Cromwell under our ownership, so we can make substantial improvements to the site to better serve our customers there.”

Splash partnered with the investment firm, Palladin Consumer Retail Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm, last November, and these are the first two acquisitions Splash has made since Palladin made its investment, the release continued. 

“We are so excited to ‘break the ice’ with these great acquisitions and look forward to adding more sites in the coming months,” added Curtis. 

Splash now operates 19 carwash locations in Connecticut and New York and three in China, the release concluded.

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